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Misha Mansoor is often credited as one of the pioneering forces behind what came to be the djent genre, uploading his virtuosic music under the Bulb moniker as early as 2005, before Periphery came into existence.
Now, Misha has decided to revisit his old works by releasing his collection of around 110 Bulb songs to the world over 10 volumes, releasing a new volume every two weeks from June 12.
This is the first time Bulb's material has been available officially, with Misha able to release the catalogue on his own terms to streaming services.
These are the following release dates:
Archives: Volume 8 June 12
Archives: Volume 7 June 26
Archives: Volume 6 July 10
Archives: Volume 5 July 24
Orchestral August 7
Archives: Volume 4 August 21
Archives: Volume 3 September 4
Archives: Volume 2 September 18
Archives: Volume 1 October 2
Electronic October 16
Some Bulb songs were actually used as Periphery tracks - like 'Insomnia', which made it as the opener of the band's debut album: